Oh my God, it is well over do for my belove country, hopefully...

Anne Jerry Jerome - July 10 2012, 6:42 PM

oh my God, it is well over do for my belove country, hopefully this is not a myth, but the truth.

i guarantee if my people stay and keep their focus on God, Haiti will be a new land where the whole world will come to visit without any fear of satanic attack.

i truly hope our president Mr. Martelly and the whole Haitian nation will rejoice over that news. matter of fact let me go thanking my father JESUS CHRIST, for allowing us to make the right choice as far as our nation concern.

God bless

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